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The porpose of the Ballet shoe was to make it more comfortable and easy for the person to move around!

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What is a ballet shoe?

A ballet shoe is a flexible shoe without a heel, fastened by a strap or ribbon, designed for dancing.

What is a point ballet shoe?

A shoe with a hard toe.

Where can you find a toe shoe for ballet?

In ballet/contemporary dancing!

What is a ballet slipper?

A ballet slipper is a pale pink and sometimes leather shoe that dancers use in ballet.

How do you tell your ballet shoe size?

you use your regular shoe size

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What actors and actresses appeared in Ballet Shoe Laces - 2002?

The cast of Ballet Shoe Laces - 2002 includes: Rachael DeVault Emily Filardi

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What types of dance can you do with jazz tap and ballet shoes?

You can tap in a tap shoe, you can do jazz in your jazz shoe, and you can do character, classical, or muscial or play ballet. You can even do pointe in ballet. In jazz shoes you can also do lyrical!

What is a ballet shoe vamp?

The vamp of a ballet or pointe shoe is the very end of the shoe. Not the tip, but the part that covers your toes. Getting the right sized vamp for the length of your toes is very important when fitting pointe shoes.

What type of shoe do ballet dancer have?

a ballet shoe may be made from soft leather, canvas, or satin, and have flexible, thin soles. Ballet shoes must fit very closely to the foot, for safety and to retain maximum flexibility.

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